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Charter buses for New York government employees

Bus rentals from Bus.com are easy, cost effective, and secure

New York government employees and civil servants keep public services going. They attend meetings about sustainability, charter buses to inspect remote locations, travel in shuttle buses for conferences, and ensure that NYC health, education, social, safety, infrastructure, and many other projects are running.

Government employees always aim to be prudent about the budget and improve the efficiency and security of their transportation. Bus.com NYC bus rentals deliver the level of professionalism, experience, and integrity required to meet those needs.

Why choose Bus.com?
Safety measures for all trips
In order to better protect our customers and our bus partners, we have implemented new measures such as the disinfecting of buses between trips
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Our award-winning team of bus experts can offer custom solutions for you and your team — and our support team is can be reached 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Which bus type is right for me?

The right bus for you is determined by the size of your group, the distance of your trip, and the requested amenities.

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School bus
A classic school bus is an economical vehicle with all essentials that get the job done. This type of bus is designed for safety first and enjoys significant privileges for passing and parking rights. This bus is ideal as a shuttle within NYC limits or to get to John F. Kennedy International Airport or Newark Airport.
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Coach bus
With the coach bus, a large working group can maximize their productivity while they travel. It is equipped with WiFi, power outlets, and overhead lights. A coach bus is also the most comfortable vehicle for longer trips: it has reclining seats, A/C, and separate storage space.
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Mini bus
Minibuses and mini coaches are compact versions of their larger counterparts. If your group is smaller than 31 passengers, it might be more efficient to go for a smaller bus to reduce the parking space required. The features of the mini-coach are analogous to the large coach.
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The benefits of using a charter bus for government rentals

  • Government office members and city civil employees can travel together to round tables, legislation discussions, conferences, executive meetings, inspection tours, and more.
  • When traveling as a group, buses are the most budget-friendly mode of travel. Buses are simpler to fit in the budget to meet the prudent spending requirement.
  • Buses are more sustainable and socially responsible. Government employees are setting an example for everyone: buses generate less traffic, use less fuel, and create less pollution than a fleet of private cars. 
  • On the bus, there is no need to think about navigation and parking. Everyone onboard can focus on their work or rest. The professional driver will take care of the tolls, bypassing heavy traffic, taking detours, or finding parking. 
  • Buses legally have access to express lanes and expedited drop-off areas that most other vehicles do not. 
  • Statistically, buses are safer than most other passenger vehicles. The professional driver is trained for any emergency that might happen in transit. 
  • Depending on the branch of government and the travel purpose, there could also be security, confidentiality, and discreet travel concerns. It’s easier and cheaper to provide them for one standard bus than multiple cars.

Types of government in New York City

The US government has three separate levels: the federal government, the state governments, and local governments. Each level is structured in three branches: the legislative to issue the laws, the executive to carry them out, and the judicial, which determines when it has been broken.

Federal government

The federal government of the United States is the nation-wide government of the US. According to the US Constitution, the three branches are represented by Congress, the President, and the Federal courts. The federal legislative branch, the Congress, consists of the House of Representatives and the Senate. The state of New York currently has two senators in the US Senate and 27 representatives in the US House of Representatives.

State government

State governments have the most noticeable impact on the lives of US citizens. The Government of the State of New York is headquartered at the New York State Capitol in Albany and has 21 departments. The New York State legislative branch consists of the Senate and the Assembly. The head of the executive branch is the Governor. The Court of Appeals and courts represent the Unified Court System.

Municipal government

The New York state is further divided into municipal corporations like counties, cities, towns, and villages. Each of them has its own local administration. Cities or municipalities take care of police and fire departments, regional courts, schools, libraries, public transportation, streets, signs, parks, and more.

City government

The New York City government, headquartered at New York City Hall in Lower Manhattan, is a strongly centralized mayor-council system. The Mayor leads the Executive branch. They are responsible for enforcing the city and state laws and for the functioning of all the city services. The City Council is responsible for the Legislation, proposing and updating the codes. Each of 51 New York Districts within its five boroughs elects their Council Member to represent them. The Judicial branch consists of various court systems.

Non-city administrative agencies

There are also non-city administrative agencies that perform essential functions, such as the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA), which is in charge of public transportation in the city. Another independent authority is the New York state’s Native Americans’ government.